PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects

PIER 70

PIER 70

Working for Forest City Development in close collaboration with the City and the Port of San Francisco, SITELAB leads the urban design and master planning for a mixed-use redevelopment plan on a 35-acre waterfront site. The proposed plan envisions a dynamic, urban district, one that imaginatively repurposes historic resources, celebrates the legacy of industry, and brings the waterfront to the foreground. The plan includes 9 acres of open space with a nearly 5-acre waterfront park, 1-2 million square feet of offices in both restored and new large floor plate buildings, up to 2,000 residential units with 30% affordable housing, and a varied ground plane of new streets, pathways, and active uses. Four key drivers inspire the plan: historic resources are catalysts for development and character; a “creative core” of dense, lower-scale buildings and public spaces seed an active ground plane; a range of buildings and spaces facilitates the broadest life cycle of potential tenants; and a reconnected urban waterfront invites San Franciscans to a uniquely Pier 70 place.

As design lead, SITELAB led a detailed charrette and planning process with a broad spectrum of City agencies, local residents, and stakeholders, including supporting the project through the 2014 citywide ballot measure that passed with 73% support. SITELAB led a team of architects and landscape architects to develop the project, from vision to details, serving as primary author of a robust set of design guidelines and as lead consultant for community engagement. Pier 70 received unanimous approval from the Planning Commission in August 2017 and the Board of Supervisors in November 2017.

Client: Forest City

Design Collaborators: David Baker Architects, Grimshaw Architects, James Corner Field Operations Landscape Architects, Gary Strang Landscape Architects